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Eighty-three patients with chronic end-stage renal failure, including 65 on haemodialysis and 18 on intermittent peritoneal dialysis, were evaluated for hepatitis B virus profile and antibodies to hepatitis C virus (HCV). All those positive for HBsAg were excluded from the study. Nineteen patients were found to be positive for antibodies to HCV by the ELISA(More)
The authors report two cases of pseudocysts of the spleen treated by conservative surgery. Splenic cysts, often producing few or no symptoms, are increasingly frequently discovered on ultrasound. Surgical treatment is required because of the risk of complications. As in the case of trauma, it is recommended to preserve healthy splenic parenchyma whenever(More)
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